We only had this issue specific to windows 8. Also when having explorer open on a network drive. It only happens about 10 times a day to me. After I install the version 1809 updates, all. Now, open your file in notepad. I also have a drive that is mapped to a folder.
I have tried disabling all power save features with no impact to this issue. Now you have disconnected the network drive. I'm also seeing this issue. The files should contain your drive mappings as follows net use x: net use y: Of course substitute the x and y for whatever you want. Also are you losing network connection randomly or by power saving mode? Although more people are reading Pureinfotech, many are using adblocker. Nio, This behavior occurs because the systems can drop idle connections after a specified time-out period by default, 15 minutes to prevent wasting server resources on unused sessions.
Ok, i know what your thinking — how does this help us with 20 computers? One of those must have been conflicting with the Group Policy. Could you be experiencing something like that? Get 20 users to run it? I hit upon this which shows the possible cause of the problem, and the solution. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Now that I know what to look for, I can see that a group policy refresh completed shortly after each disconnect. But now I want to remove the mapping, and I have not found a way to do it. I don't really want to go back to login scripts for drives.
When you create a mapped network drive, there is an option 'Reconnect at logon' which you can check so that every time Windows logs on, they are automatically mounted using the current user's logon credentials. You can run into issues especially Windows 10 users that your network drives do not appear under your Computer window, but when you try to connect, you will get a message that they are already connected, maybe even with a different username that you tried. So looks like this solved my issue with losing mapped drives. Larry I have the same problem. For example, Map Network Drives. Tried all tips and trucks above. Group Policy Drive Maps settings might have its own log file.
Same user name, logged off, but still there. Google led me here and I changed that drive to update. Does anyone have a procedure for that?. Change the group policy to Update rather than Replace the drive mapping. Mapped drives are very convenient as they allow accessing network files and folders just like a regular local drive. Robocopy is great for that and a great resource for Robocopy is , stop sharing the source and start sharing the destination.
Well, you could, but try getting a user to do anything even remotley dif… anything, and you hit resistance :p As i mentioned above, the article , not only shows us how to delete entries from the registry with a. I then added this as a logon script using a Group Policy Object. Is there any reason why changing the policy to update instead of replace would cause a script manipulating data on the mapped drive to slow down. Someone mentioned to me that they had this happen from upgrading to Windows 10. I wanted to remove this particular one. If possible give me a solutions.
More discussion on the subject:. Confirming in the Event Log For a while, I was keeping track of when the machine got disconnected from the server. Except — you cannot do this if your mapped drive is showing disconnected. This is an independent site, and it takes a lot of time and hard work to produce content. Credit to 'Shane8960' for posting the fix on Spiceworks community.
I know by default Windows 10 at first leaves that unchecked which is stupid. Type the name of the script for that user to use. Sometimes in Windows 10, mapped drives do not always automatically and reliably reconnect at logon. Although trying to access the drives will still work, the problem is causing a lot of confusion among users, especially in environments managed by network administrators. I know by default Windows 10 at first leaves that unchecked which is stupid. Make sure to check again by typing net use in the command line.